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  1. falconstwopercentsized liked a post in a topic by No.11 in January Hawks Thread.   
    Hey guys, imma let you finish...but the Hawks currently have the best record in the Eastern Conference. Oh yeah, we're NUMBER 1!
  2. SpongeDad liked a post in a topic by falconstwopercentsized in Cops Senselessly Kill Another American Citizen   
    You've never learned anything from a google search? Shocking
  3. falconstwopercentsized liked a post in a topic by WhenFalconsWin in Cops Senselessly Kill Another American Citizen   
    In more recent history this is what some of the Dems have done:
    FDR - Japanese Internment Camps
    Robert Byrd - former klegal leader of the KKK
    Al Gore Sr. - Opposed Civil Rights Act
    Orval Faubus - Governor of Arkansas and Bill Clinton's hero tried to stop integration with dogs and water hoses. Was only stopped by the intervention of Repub POTUS Eisenhower
    These are just some of the names the list could go on for quite some time
  4. falconstwopercentsized liked a post in a topic by mookie3127 in Post The Best Thing You've Seen On The Internet Today, Part 2, Electric Boogaloo   
    http://www.grindtv.com/outdoor/outposts/post/stray-dog-joins-endurance-racers-epic-trek/
    Stray dog joins endurance racers on epic trek After being tossed a meatball, 'Arthur' refuses to be left behind as Swedish team treks and kayaks in extreme conditions through Amazon jungle November 24, 2014 by Pete Thomas
    Team Peak performance with their new companion, Arthur; images are courtesy of ©Krister Göransson/Team Peak Performance

    Endurance athlete Mikael Lindnord issued this statement after completing the grueling 430-mile Adventure Racing World Championship in the Amazon jungle: “I came to Ecuador to win the World Championship. Instead, I got a new friend.”
    That friend is Arthur, a remarkable dog who decided, after being fed a meatball, that he no longer wished to be a stray jungle mutt; that he’d stick with Lindnord and Team Peak Performance regardless of circumstances.
    Stray dog joins endurance racers on epic trek; photo by ©Krister Göransson/Team Peak Performance

    The dog had appeared mysteriously as the Swedish team was resting and refueling, before embarking on the final two legs of a race that many consider to be the world’s most grueling competition.
    Lindnord saw a hungry look, and flung the dog a meatball, without thinking about possible consequences.
    The AR World Championship involves trekking, swimming, and kayaking in extreme conditions–it’s not what one would call dog-friendly.

    Arthur refuses to be left behind; photo by ©Krister Göransson/Team Peak Performance

    But he Lindnord fed the dog, which would soon be named Arthur, and an unbreakable bond was formed.
    Arthur embarked with the four-man team, and followed along as the racers trudged through and often became stuck in mud.
    Stated Lindford on the Peak Performance blog: “At one stage we had to take a break and the dog was totally wrecked. We opened two cans of food and let him eat, because he could find no food at all in the jungle.”

    One of the legs was a 36-mile kayak run along the Ecuadorian coast.
    Reported the Daily Mail:


    “Before one of the segments of the race–a 36 mile kayak around the coast–organizers warned the team that taking Arthur along posed a risk to his and their safety.
    “They tried to set off without him, but as they left he jumped into the water beside them and started desperately paddling.
    “Lindord, heartbroken by the site of Arthur struggling in the water, picked him up, put him in the kayak and let him stay for the rest of the journey.
    “The gesture prompted a standing ovation and cheers from spectators watching from the banks.”
    Arthur’s new home will be Sweden; photo by ©Krister Göransson/Team Peak Performance

    Lindnord elaborated on the blog: “A few times he jumped in to the water and took a swim, and then he crawled back up again and was freezing so he got to wear our jackets.
    “One time we got quite close to land and he jumped off and swam to the shore, and we thought that was the last we were gonna see from him. But he ran on the road for a bit and then he swam back to us.
    Team Peak Performance ended up in 12th place, but generated the most headlines because of the amazing dog they had named Arthur, who has since healed from its many small wounds and has accompanied the team to its new home in Sweden.
    Understandably, Team Peak Performance has picked up many new supporters on Facebook.
    Reads one of hundreds of comments: “Best story of 2014…. May the whole team be blessed for the kindness of your actions.”
  5. falconstwopercentsized liked a post in a topic by Cyber Ferguson in Richard Dawkins Is Wrong: Religion Is Not Inherently Violent   
    Mods, please change my name to "God-powered Man". Thanks in advance.
  6. IronBallsMcGinty liked a post in a topic by falconstwopercentsized in Richard Dawkins Is Wrong: Religion Is Not Inherently Violent   
    I was just rambling to ask this question, I know you have such a brilliant mind you can imagine this scenario. What is a god powered man capable of? Tim tebow the worst QB ever? He still has a playoff win with one of the goofiest release, angle of delivery, ever on top of that he's left handed. Now granted that's just foobaw but come on, that **** was a miracle.
  7. falconstwopercentsized liked a post in a topic by Psychic Gibbon in 2014 Prospects The Falcons Have Shown Interest In   
    Since this part of the offseason is kicking into gear and because it worked well enough last season to consolidate all the interview/visits/private workout/pro day topics into one. If the Falcons are somehow connected to a prospect, including citing them just going to a pro day, then post it here. Last year we were able to figure out the prospects they had the most interest in and, looking over that list again, it seemed like private workouts were the main indicator. I will also put their consensus draft grade with them and they're subject to change as the process continues.
    QB:
    Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M - Top 10 (pro)
    Tajh Boyd, Clemson - 2nd-4th round (sen^n)(pro^s)
    Zach Mettenberger, Louisiana State - 3rd round (pro)
    AJ McCarron, Alabama - 3rd-4th round (pro)
    Brett Smith, Wyoming - 6th round (pro)
    Logan Thomas, Virginia Tech - 6th-7th round (sen^n)(sen) [Potential switch to TE?]
    Stephen Morris, Miami - 7th-UDFA (sen^n)
    Keith Wenning, Ball State - 7th-UDFA (pro)
    Connor Shaw, South Carolina - 7th-UDFA (pro)(vis)
    Casey Pachall, TCU - UDFA (pro)
    Chase Rettig, Boston College - UDFA (pw)
    Garrett Gilbert, Southern Methodist - UDFA (pw)
    Clint Chelf, Oklahoma State - UDFA (pw) [Potential switch to WR?]
    RB:
    Tre Mason, Auburn - 2nd round (pro)
    Carlos Hyde, Ohio State - 2nd round (pro)(pw)(vis)
    Jeremy Hill, Louisiana State - 2nd-3rd round (pro)(vis)
    Bishop Sankey, Washington - 2nd-3rd round (pro)
    Charles Sims, West Virginia - 2nd-3rd round (sen^n)(sen)(pro)
    Devonta Freeman, Florida State - 3rd round (pro)(vis)
    Terrance West, Towson - 3rd-4th round (vis)(pw)
    Andre Williams, Boston College - 4th round (pro^u)
    Jerick McKinnon, Georgia Southern - 4th-5th round (pw)
    Tyler Gaffney, Stanford - 4th-5th round (pro)
    James White, Wisconsin - 5th round (sen^n)(sen)(pro)
    Antonio Andrew, Western Kentucky - 5th-6th round (sen^n)
    Storm Johnson, Central Florida - 5th-6th round (pw)(vis)
    James Wilder, Florida State - 6th round (pro)
    Marion Grice, Arizona State - 6th-7th round (pro^u)
    De'Anthony Thomas, Oregon - 6th-7th round (pw)
    Raijon Neal, Tennessee - 6th-7th round (pro)(pw)
    David Fluellen, Toledo - 7th-UDFA (sen^n)
    Henry Josey, Missouri - 7th-UDFA (pro)
    Alfred Blue, Louisiana State - UDFA (pro)
    Ben Malena, Texas A&M - UDFA (pw)
    Zach Bauman, Northern Arizona - UDFA (pro)
    Brandon Oliver, Buffalo - UDFA (pw)
    DJ Adams, Portland State - UDFA (pw)
    Ryan Boykin, Ohio - UDFA (pw)
    Stephen Houston, Indiana - UDFA (pro)
    Kyle Harbridge, Saint Francis - UDFA (pro)
    FB:
    Jay Prosch, Auburn - 5th round (pro)(pw)
    J.C. Copeland, Louisiana State - 6th round (pro)(pw)
    Ryan Hewitt, Stanford - 7th-UDFA (sen^n)(pro)
    Chad Abram, Florida State - 7th-UDFA (pro)(pw)
    Nikita Whitlock, Wake Forest - 7th-UDFA (pro^u)
    Kiero Small, Arkansas - UDFA (pw)
    WR:
    Sammy Watkins, Clemson - Top 10 (pro)
    Mike Evans, Texas A&M - 1st round (pro)
    Odell Beckham, Jr., Louisiana State - 1st round (pro)
    Marqise Lee, Southern California - 1st-2nd round (pw)
    Kelvin Benjamin, Florida State - 1st-2nd round (pro)
    Donte Moncrief, Ole Miss - 2nd round (pw)
    Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt - 2nd-3rd round (pw)
    Martavius Bryant, Clemson - 2nd-3rd round (pro)(pw)
    Jarvis Landry, Louisiana State - 3rd round (pro)(vis)
    Jared Abbrederis, Wisconsin - 3rd round (sen^n)(pro)
    Bruce Ellington, South Carolina - 3rd round (pro)(pw)(pw2)
    Robert Herron, Wyoming - 3rd-4th round (sen^n)(pro)
    Mike Davis, Texas - 3rd-4th round (com)(pro)
    Jeff Janis, Saginaw Valley - 4th-5th round (sen^n)
    TJ Jones, Notre Dame - 4th-5th round (pro)
    Cody Latimer, Indiana - 5th round (pro)
    Michael Campanaro, Wake Forest - 5th round (sen^n)
    Josh Huff, Oregon - 5th-6th round (sen^n)
    Kevin Norwood, Alabama - 5th-6th round (pro)
    Jalen Saunders, Oklahoma - 6th round (pw)
    Cody Hoffman, BYU - 6th-7th round (pw)(pro)
    Michael Campanaro, Wake Forest - 6th-7th round (pro^u)
    L'Damian Washington, Missouri - 7th-UDFA (pro)
    Trey Burton, Florida - 7th round (pro)
    Eric Ward, Texas Tech - 7th-UDFA (pro)
    Josh Stewart, Oklahoma State - 7th-UDFA (pro)
    Kain Colter, Northwestern - 7th-UDFA (sen^n)
    Shaquelle Evans, UCLA - 7th-UDFA (sen^n)(pw)
    Marcus Lucas, Missouri - 7th-UDFA (pro)
    Willie Snead, Ball State - 7th-UDFA (pro)
    Gerald Ford, Valdosta State - UDFA (pro)(vis)
    Seantavious Jones, Valdosta State - UDFA (pro)
    Regginald Lewis, Valdosta State - UDFA (pw)
    Ryan Culbreath, Furman - UDFA (pw)
    Brelan Chancellor, North Texas - UDFA (pw)
    Walter Powell, Murray State - UDFA (pw)
    Jonathan Krause, Vanderbilt - UDFA (pw)
    Solomon Patton, Florida - UDFA (pw)
    Chris Boyd, ex-Vanderbilt - UDFA (vis)
    TE:
    Jace Amaro, Texas Tech - 1st-2nd round (pro)(pw)(vis)
    Troy Niklas, Notre Dame - 2nd round (pro)
    Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Washington - 2nd round (pro)
    CJ Fiedorowisz, Iowa - 3rd-4th round (sen^n)(pro)(vis)
    Arthur Lynch, Georgia - 4th round (pw)
    Xavier Grimble, Southern California - 5th-6th round (pw)
    Rob Blanchflower, Massachusetts - 6th-7th round (pro)
    Jacob Pedersen, Wisconsin - 6th-7th round (sen^n)(pro)
    Ted Bolser, Indiana - 7th-UDFA (pro)
    D.J. Tialavea, Utah State - UDFA (pw)
    Justin Jones, East Carolina - UDFA (vis)
    Asa Watson, North Carolina State - UDFA (pro)
    Ernst Brun, Jr., Iowa State - UDFA (pw)
    Gator Hoskins, Marshall - UDFA (sen^n)
    OT:
    Greg Robinson, Auburn - Top 5 (com)(pro^s)(pw)(vis)
    Jake Matthews, Texas A&M - Top 10 (com)(pro)(vis)
    Taylor Lewan, Michigan - Top 10 (vis)(pw)
    Cyrus Kouandjio, Alabama - 2nd round[?] (pro)
    Jack Mewhort, Ohio State - 2nd round (sen^n)(pro)(pw)
    Cameron Fleming, Stanford - 2nd round (pro)(pro^s)(pw)
    Antonio Richardson, Tennessee - 2nd-3rd round (pro)
    Brandon Thomas, Clemson - 2nd-3rd round (sen^n)(pro^s)
    JaWuan James, Tennessee - 3rd-4th round (pro)
    Seantrel Henderson, Miami - 3rd-4th round (sen^n)
    Michael Schofield, Michigan - 4th-5th round (sen^n)
    Charles Leno, Boise State - 5th round (pw)(pro)
    Matt Patchan, Boston College - 6th round (pro^u)
    Wesley Johnson, Vanderbilt - 7th round (pw)
    Parker Graham, Oklahoma State - 7th-UDFA (pro)
    Donald Hawkins, Texas - 7th-UDFA (pro)
    Anthony Dima, Massachusetts - UDFA (pro)
    Kaycee Ike, Alabama-Birmingham - UDFA (pw) [Potential switch to OG?]
    OG:
    Zach Martin, Notre Dame - 1st round (sen^n)(pro)
    Xavier Su'a-Filo, UCLA - 1st-2nd round (pw)
    David Yankey, Stanford - 2nd round (pro)
    Cyril Richardson, Baylor - 2nd-3rd round (sen^n)
    Trai Turner, Louisiana State - 3rd-4th round (pro)(pw)
    Brandon Linder, Miami - 4th-5th round (sen^n)
    Anthony Steen, Alabama - 4th-5th round (pro)
    Jon Halapio, Florida - 4th-5th round (pro)
    Chris Watt, Notre Dame - 4th-5th round (pro)
    Kadeem Edwards, Tennessee State - 6th-7th round (sen^n)
    Spencer Long, Nebraska - 7th round (vis)
    Ryan Groy, Wisonsin - 7th round (pro)
    Zach Fulton, Tennessee - 7th-UDFA (pro)(pw)
    Andrew Norwell, Ohio State - 7th-UDFA (pro)
    Brian Clarke, Bloomsburg - 7th-UDFA (pro)
    Marcus Hall, Ohio State - UDFA (pro)(pw)
    Antwan Lowery, Rutgers - UDFA (ew) [Potential switch to NT?]
    C:
    Weston Richburg, Colorado State - 2nd-3rd round (sen^n)
    Bryan Stork, Florida State - 4th-5th round (pro)
    Tyler Larsen, Utah State - 5th round (sen^n)(pro)
    Corey Linsley, Ohio State - 6th-7th round (pro)(pw)
    James Stone, Tennessee - 7th-UDFA (pro)
    Jonnothan Harrison, Florida - 7th-UDFA (pro)
    DE:
    Jadeveon Clowney, South Carolina - Top 5 (pro^s)(vis)
    Kony Ealy, Missouri - 1st round (pro)(pro^s)(pw)
    Scott Crichton, Oregon State - 2nd round (pw)
    Stephon Tuitt, Notre Dame - 2nd round (pro)
    Demarcus Lawrence, Boise State - 2nd-3rd round (pro)(vis)
    Kareem Martin, North Carolina - 3rd round (sen^n)
    Michael Sam, Missouri - 3rd round (sen^n)(pro^s)
    Will Clarke, West Virginia - 4th round (sen^n)(pro)
    James Gayle, Virginia Tech - 4th-5th round (sen^n)(com)
    Josh Mauro, Stanford - 4th-5th round (pro)(pw)(vis)
    Ed Stinson, Alabama - 5th round (pro)
    Michael Sam, Missouri - 5th-6th round (pro)
    Ben Gardner, Stanford - 6th-7th round (pro)
    Ethan Westbrooks, West Texas A&M - 6th-7th round (ew)
    Larry Webster, Bloomsburg - 7th-UDFA (pro)
    Chaz Sutton, South Carolina - 7th-UDFA (pro)
    Jeoffery Pagan, Alabama - 7th-UDFA (pro)
    DT:
    Louis Nix, Notre Dame - 1st round (pro)
    Ra'Shede Hageman, Minnesota - 1st round (sen^n)(pro)(pw)
    Aaron Donald, Pittsburgh - 1st round (sen^n)
    Timmy Jernigan, Florida State - 1st-2nd round (pro)
    Dominique Easley, Florida - 2nd round (pro)
    Ego Ferguson, Louisiana State - 2nd-3rd round (pro)
    Will Sutton, Arizona State - 2nd-3rd round (pro^u)
    Anthony Johnson, Louisiana State - 3rd round (pro)
    DaQuan Jones, Penn State - 3rd round (sen^n)
    Kelcy Quarles, South Carolina - 3rd round (pro)
    Daniel McCullers, Tennessee - 3rd-4th round (pro)
    Shamar Stephen, Connecticut - 5th-6th round (sen^n)
    Calvin Barnett, Oklahoma State - 6th-7th round (pro)
    Kerry Hyder, Texas Tech - 6th-7th round (pro)
    Zach Kerr, Delaware - 7th round (pw)
    Eathyn Manumaleuna, BYU - 7th-UDFA (pro)
    Bruce Gaston, Purdue - 7th-UDFA (pro^u)
    Chris Whaley, Texas - 7th-UDFA (pro)
    Bryan Jones, Arkansas - UDFA (pro^s)
    Theo Agnew, Georgia State - UDFA (pw)
    Lawrence Virgil, Valdosta State - UDFA (pro)
    OLB:
    Khalil Mack, Buffalo - Top 10 (pro)(pw)(vis)
    Anthony Barr, UCLA - 1st round (pw)(vis)
    Dee Ford, Auburn - 1st-2nd round (sen)(pro)(vis)(pw)
    Ryan Shazier, Ohio State - 1st-2nd round (pro)(vis)
    Jeremiah Attaochu, Georgia Tech - 2nd round (sen^n)(pro)(pw)
    Kyle Van Noy, BYU - 2nd round (pro)(pw)(vis)
    Carl Bradford, Arizona State - 2nd round (pw) [iLB?]
    Trent Murphy, Stanford - 2nd-3rd round (sen^n)(pro)(pw)
    Marcus Smith, Louisville - 2nd-3rd round (sen^n)(pw)
    Jackson Jeffcoat, Texas - 3rd round (vis)(pro)
    Telvin Smith, Florida State - 3rd round (pro)(vis)(pro^s)
    Jordan Tripp, Montana - 3rd round (vis) [iLB?]
    Adrian Hubbard, Alabama - 4th round (pro)
    Christian Kirksey, Iowa - 4th-5th round (sen^n)(pro)
    Prince Shembo, Notre Dame - 4th-5th round (pro)(pw) [iLB?]
    Ronald Powell, Florida - 5th round (pro)
    Kevin Pierre-Louis, Boston College - 5th round (pw)
    Kasim Edebali, Boston College - 6th-7th round (pro^u)
    Jonathan Newsome, Ball State - 6th-7th round (pro)
    Marqise Flowers, Arizona - 7th-UDFA (vis)
    Derrell Johnson, East Carolina - 7th-UDFA (pro)
    Jonathan Brown, Illinois - 7th-UDFA (sen^n)(pro)
    Justin Jackson, Wake Forest - UDFA (pw)
    Brandon Watts, Georgia Tech - UDFA (pw)
    Clifton Crew, South Alabama - UDFA (pw)
    Nate Askew, Texas A&M - UDFA (pro)(vis)
    ILB:
    CJ Mosley, Alabama - 1st-2nd round (pro)
    Chris Borland, Wisconsin - 2nd-3rd round (sen^n)(pro)
    Yawin Smallwood, Connecticut - 3rd round (pw)
    Jordan Zumwalt, UCLA - 3rd round (sen^n)(pw)
    Shayne Skov, Stanford - 3rd-4th round (pro)
    Christian Jones, Florida State - 4th round (pro)(pw)
    Lamin Barrow, Louisiana State - 4th-5th round (sen^n)(pro)
    Preston Brown, Louisville - 5th-6th round (pw)
    James Morris, Iowa - 7th-UDFA (pro)
    Jack Tyler, Virginia Tech - UDFA (pw)
    CB:
    Justin Gilbert, Oklahoma State - 1st round (pro)(vis) [Potential switch to FS?]
    Jason Verrett, TCU - 1st-2nd round (pro)(vis)
    Kyle Fuller, Virginia Tech - 1st-2nd round (pw) [Potential switch to FS?]
    Bradley Roby, Ohio State - 2nd round (pro)
    Marcus Roberson, Florida - 2nd round (pro)
    Lamarcus Joyner, Florida State - 2nd round (pro)
    Stanley Jean-Baptiste, Nebraska - 2nd-3rd round (sen^n)
    Jaylen Watkins, Florida - 2nd-3rd round (sen)(pro)(vis)
    Bashaud Breeland, Clemson - 2nd-3rd round (pro)(pro^s) [Potential switch to FS?]
    Louchiez Purifoy, Florida - 3rd round (pro)
    Victor Hampton, South Carolina - 3rd round (pro)
    Pierre Desir, Lindenwood - 3rd-4th round (sen^n)
    EJ Gaines, Missouri - 3rd-4th round (pro)
    Nevin Lawson, Utah State - 4th round (pro)(vis)
    Ricardo Allen, Purdue - 4th-5th round (pw)
    Nevin Lawson, Utah State - 4th-5th round (sen^n)
    Deion Belue, Alabama - 4th-5th round (pro)
    Antone Exum, Virginia Tech - 5th round (pw)
    Bennett Jackson, Notre Dame - 5th-6th round (pro)
    Dontae Johnson, North Carolina State - 6th round (sen^n)
    Walt Aikens, Liberty - 6th-7th round (pw) [Potential switch to FS?]
    Carrington Byndom, Texas - 7th round (pro)
    Dezmen Southward, Wisconsin - 7th-UDFA (sen^n)
    Anthony Hitchens, Iowa - 7th-UDFA (pro)
    Dashaun Philips, Tarleton State - UDFA (pro^s)
    Kadeem Wise, Chattanooga - UDFA (pro)
    Kevin Fogg, Liberty - UDFA (pw)
    Joe Rankin, Murray State - UDFA (pw)
    Kenneth Gilstrap, Middle Tennessee State - UDFA (pw)
    Najja Johnson, Buffalo - UDFA (pw)
    LJ Jones, Fresno State - UDFA (pw)
    FS:
    Hasean Clinton-Dix, Alabama - 1st round (pro)(vis)
    Calvin Pryor, Louisville - 1st round (pro^u)(pw)(vis)
    Terrence Brooks, Florida State - 3rd-4th round (sen^n)(pro)
    Ed Reynolds, Stanford - 3rd-4th round (pro)(vis)(pw)
    Kenny Ladler, Vanderbilt - 4th-5th round (pw)
    Dontae Johnson, North Carolina State - 4th-5th round (pro)
    Marqueston Huff, Wyoming - 5th-6th round (sen^n)(pro)
    Christian Bryant, Ohio State - 6th-7th round (pro)
    Jemea Thomas, Georgia Tech - 7th-UDFA (pro)(vis)
    Ty Zimmerman, Kansas State - 7th-UDFA (pw)(vis)
    Elisha Olabode, TCU - UDFA (pro)
    Tre Porter, Texas Tech - UDFA (pw)
    Jordan Love, Towson - UDFA (pw)
    DJ Key, Chattanooga - UDFA (pro)
    Jake DeMedal, Saint Francis (pro)
    SS:
    Jimmie Ward, Northern Illinois - 2nd round (sen^n)(vis)
    Deone Bucannon, Washington State - 2nd round (sen^n)(sen)
    Ahmad Dixon, Baylor - 2nd-3rd round (sen^n)
    Craig Loston, Louisiana State - 4th round (pro)
    Isaiah Lewis, Michigan State - 5th-6th round (sen^n)
    Vinnie Sunseri, Alabama - 6th round (pro)
    Brock Vereen, Minnesota - 7th-UDFA (pro)(pw)
    Alden Darby, Arizona State - 7th-UDFA (pro^u)(vis)(pw)
    Hakeem Smith, Louisville - 7th-UDFA (pro^u)(pw)
    Sean Parker, Washington - 7th-UDFA (pro)
    Kimario McFadden, South Carolina State - UDFA (pw)
    K:
    Anthony Fera, Texas - 6th round (pro)
    Chris Boswell, Rice - 7th-UDFA (sen^n)
    Jeff Budzien, Northwestern - 7th-UDFA (pw)
    P:
    Kirby Van Der Kamp, Iowa State - 6th-7th round (sen^n)
    Justin Weldon, Sacremento State - UDFA (pw)
    LS:
    Tyler Ott, Harvard - UDFA (sen^n)
    Key:
    ew = East-West Shrine Game interview
    sen = Senior Bowl interview
    sen^n = Senior Bowl North team
    com = Combine interview
    pro = Pro Day attendance
    pro^s = Pro Day specific interest
    pro^u = Pro Day unconfirmed attendance/confimed working out with a player with the team at a pro day
    vis = Private visit
    pw = Private workout
  8. falconstwopercentsized liked a post in a topic by Regular Guy in The Food, Recipe, And Restaurant Thread.   
    I'm doing the usual, smoking a turkey. It's a long process - brine it for 24 hours, dry it out in the fridge for 2 days (makes the skin crispy), inject it with creole butter and rub compound herb butter on and under the skin, apply a rub and smoke it with apple wood. Ever since the first one I made like this everybody wants me to smoke a turkey for the holidays. I am not a huge fan of turkey but these are dang near perfect and make great sandwiches too.

    My wife makes great dressing to go with it and I'll be making a pan of 8 cheese mac'n cheese and some yeast rolls. There'll be some other stuff like sweet potato souffle and some veggies. It's gonna be good!
  9. Boogie Man liked a post in a topic by falconstwopercentsized in Remember When This Forum Didn't Suck?   
    infringing on your ability to post puppies and fail stories of romanticism /ism ?
  10. falconstwopercentsized liked a post in a topic by Regular Guy in The Food, Recipe, And Restaurant Thread.   
    I use none of that **** I can promise you
  11. falconstwopercentsized liked a post in a topic by mdrake34 in Remember When This Forum Didn't Suck?   
    This thread proves that beggars can be choosers.